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If you've ever had a corn or a callus, you know that while they are not usually dangerous, they are no fun to have. You put on your favorite pair of shoes and feel the rubbing on your foot, or maybe you don't feel it until you begin to walk; each time you foot rolls forward, the ball of your foot aches with pain.

Regardless of where it hurts, you don't need to walk around in pain or discomfort anymore. Corns and calluses are easily treated. At Raleigh Foot & Ankle Center, we see and treat corns and calluses every day.

What To Do About Corns and Calluses?

Most corns and calluses are caused by improperly fitting shoes or an abnormal gait. There is often a simple solution to getting rid of that painful corn or callus, such as wearing a different, better-fitting shoe, soaking the feet, scrubbing with a stone, or sometimes even trimming the corn down (to be done by a medical professional only).

If the corn or callus is mild, it may not require treatment. If the cause of the problem is simply the shoes you wear, it may be time for a new pair of shoes. Treatment is necessary when the corn or callus causes pain or discomfort or in some way inhibits your daily activities. If a simple change does not solve the problem, it's time to look into further treatment.

Let Us Help You!

However, before you try any treatments, it is necessary to check with a podiatrist. This is especially the case with diabetic patients. Self-treatment without medical help could result in a sore or wound that could become infected and cause more serious problems.

If your corns and calluses are causing you discomfort of pain, the doctors and staff at Raleigh Foot & Ankle Center can help ease your pain.

Treat Your Feet to Comfort

At Raleigh Foot & Ankle Center, we have a doctor-supervised foot salon where medically trained technicians help patients to care for corns and calluses on their feet. A visit to the salon will leave your feet feeling great by the time you walk out the door, pain free.

Make sure your feet are comfortable; they'll appreciate the change.

To schedule an appointment with one of our podiatrists or in our foot salon, please call our office at (919) 850-9111 or use our online Request an Appointment form.

Raleigh Foot & Ankle Center serves patients from Raleigh, Cary and Wake Forest in Wake County, NC and surrounding communities in and around the Raleigh-Durham Area and the rest of North Carolina. Hablamos Español.

Our Team

Dr. Robert M. Hatcher DPM, FACFAS

Dr. Hatcher is from Wilmington, North Carolina. He attended North Carolina State University, graduating with a degree in Zoology. He then attended the University of Georgia for graduate school, studying physiology, before completing four years of medical school at the Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine...

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Dr. Kirk E. WoelfferDPM, FACFAS

Dr. Woelffer hails from Mound, Minnesota. After graduating from St. Olaf College in Northfield, Minnesota, he went on to obtain his medical degree from Des Moines University in Iowa. He then completed his surgical training at Deaconess Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri, under the guidance of Dr. Allen M. Jacobs...

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Dr. Alan P. Boehm, Jr. DPM, FACFAS

Dr. Boehm was born in Sandpoint, Idaho. As part of a military family, he spent time all over the country and four years in Japan during his childhood years. Dr. Boehm went to high school and college in Georgia. He graduated from Temple University in Philadelphia with a degree in Podiatric Medicine and stayed to complete...

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Dr. Jordan D. MeyersDPM, AACFAS

Dr. Meyers was born in Tucson, Arizona, but spent most of his life in North Carolina. After graduating from East Carolina University with degrees in both Athletic Training and Chemistry, he went on to the Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine in Philadelphia, PA. Dr. Meyers completed his surgical training...

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